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comes to an end during the overnight hours. when our weather improves and we talk about the 60's again, coming up on weatherwatch 12. patrick: all that wind and rain is knocking down leaves, clogging storm sewers. toya: crews are busy with cleanup. for more on that we go live to , meteorologist lindsey slater. lindsey: right now, i'm at where it's still raining, but now the ma it's brutal. the wind has knocked down tons of leaves. the rain and those leaves are causing storm drains across the city to become clogged, which has lead to some street ponding. we did speak with the department of public works. they responded to 58 complaints today. this video is from 15th and mitchell on the southside. if you're headed out this evening you'll want to bundle , up. many people we talked to say it
the wind but it beats the snow. ,>> described today in one word. >> cold. >> jury. >> is year on berlin helping? -- is your own umbrella helping? >> no it's more of a bother. , i'll need a new one by the time i get where i'm going. lindsey: that's why i didn't bother taking mine today, just wore this hat. now the good news is that the rain and wind will let up mark . mark will have more on that in main weather. reporting live in milwaukee, i'm weatherwatch 12 meteorologist lindsey slater for wisn 12 news. toya: the wet roads likely caused several crashes today across our area. this is a jack-knifed semi on 8-94 and cold spring. traffic was backed up for about an hour. there are no reports of any serious injuries. you can track the weather on-the-go with our free app. from rain to temperatures, you
phone. we will also send out any weather alerts. patrick: happening now. another murder in milwaukee. this makes six homicides in 48 hours. 12 news terry sater is live at 51st and hope, where a man was just shot and killed and a woman was injured. >> the home where the double shooting happened is right behind me. the crime scene tape remains stretched across the front yard while a source tells me police are carrying out a search warrant. grieving family members gathered outside the home north of hope on 51st, devastated by the news that two people had been shot during a possible home invasion. a 24-year-old man is dead and a 27-year-old woman wounded and rushed to the hospital. we talked to a milwaukee police chaplain who tells us a child , was home during the shooting. marci spoke tried to console the family. >> when i got here, i understood that it was a male that was deceased and a female that was shot multiple times and was taken to the hospital. i don't know the condition of the female. i know the little baby was safe.
homicide she's been to this week. >> it's just so senseless. i don't understand why everybody has to be shooting to solve their problems. it doesn't solve anything. it doesn't solve one thing. it just causes more hurt, more harm, more hatred in the city. and everybody's going after the person who does the shooting. it's just crazy. it's got to stop somehow somewhere. >> milwaukee police say they continue to seek suspects and determine a motive. patrick: , homicides in 48 hours. the medical examiner just identified a man shot and killed late last night near 19th and capitol. however, they are not releasing his name yet. police are looking for the suspect in this shooting as well. here's a look at milwaukee's latest homicide numbers. there have been 117 murders so far this year. there were 123 this time last year. toya: new tonight a second , person is arrested following a
milwaukee police say a 26-year-old man from pleasant prairie is now in custody. police say he was the passenger in the car that ran a red light near 2nd and clybourn early that car slammed into an uber sunday. driver who had women from three chicago in his vehicle. 12 news has learned 23-year-old jasen randhawa of mequon was behind the wheel. randhawa turned himself in monday. he has not yet been charged. the uber driver is in critical condition. patrick: a brown deer police officer charged with shooting a suspect in the back has her first day in court. charged with aggravated battery in the march shooting of manuel burnley. he was a passenger on a county transit bus in march when police removed him for being unruly. investigators say there was a scuffle and officer kraemer shot burnley in the back. burnley was seriously hurt. kraemer was released without bail. she's due back in court next month. coming up tonight at 6:00, the show of support in court for the brown deer police officer. the family of man shot and killed by a wauwatosa police
video of the incident to be released. within the hour, jay anderson's family held a news conference, demanding transparency in the investigation. hey say it's been four months since anderson's death in madison park and they want the , officer's dash cam video released and the name of the officer-involved in the shooting to be made public. they say he should face charges. >> i seen the video. he did nothing to cause that officer to like he did. patrick: the state has wrapped up its investigation into the shooting. it is up to the district attorney now to determine whether criminal charges will be filed. we just checked with tosa police and the d.a., they say the video will be released when the entire investigation is complete. toya: now to the race for president. both candidates celebrating milestones today. hillary clinton spending her birthday in florida. donald trump opening a new hotel in washington, d.c. abc's stephanie ramos is on the campaign trail tonight.
stepping off the campaign trail for business in dc. >> my theme today is five words. under budget and ahead of schedule. >> the entire trump crew in place to celebrate his new $200 million hotel just blocks from the white house. but on the west coast, his star taking a beating. not for the first time. the star now destroyed. back at the hotel, trump weighed in on the feud on fox news last night between anchor megyn kelly and former house speaker and trump backer newt gingrich. gingrich told kelly she was fascinated with sex when she tried to defend her coverage of trump's female accusers. >> by the way, congratulations newt on last night. that was an amazing interview. >> and in an interview with abc's george stephanoplous,
>> a celebratory crowd waited a celebratory crowd waited as for hillary clinton for her at , this rally in lake worth, florida. >> thank you. it's great to be here in lake worth. >> while the hotel may be new , it is the same old story. he relied on undocumented workers to make his project cheaper. >> clinton rallies have focused on early voters. trump heads to north carolina next for a couple of events . toya: on gma tomorrow, an exclusive interview with donald and melania trump. it's the first interview together since all the debates. other members of their family will also be there. you can watch it right here and only on wisn 12, starting at 7:00 a.m. that's right after 12 news this
with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. live coverage from throughout wisconsin and around the country, all night, on air and online, starting at 4:00 p.m, ~ -- 4:00 p.m. patrick: here in wisconsin, house speaker paul ryan is facing a challenge from candidates in the first three congressional district. democrat ryan solen, spencer zimmerman who calls himself a trump conservative, and libertarian jason lebeck. the democrat, solen, is a computer security analyst and father of four. he tells wisn 12 news kent wainscott today that he has scheduled a debate with paul ryan this weekend without even knowing whether ryan will attend. >> we secured a location in his hometown. we made sure it was on a weekend, when we know he generally is home. and we got a moderator. we set all this up.
patrick: paul ryan's campaign tells us they are currently considering the request for a debate. toya: the pentagon has been ordered to stop asking national guard soldiers to pay back their bonuses. current and retired service members in california, some who served in iraq and afghanistan, had been asked to pay back thousands of dollars they had already been paid. during the height of the wars, the national guard used bonuses to entice soldiers to re-enlist. the problems started in when the 2010, military learned of criminal fraud and started collecting. calling the process unfair and saying its dragged on too long. the defense secretary ordered a team to establish a better process to resolve these cases by the first of the year. patrick: we were warned it's a nasty night outside. toya: it was a trifecta for sure . mark, how long are we stuck in this? mark: thankfully, the end is near. when to expect a complete weather 180 that brings us back to the 60's in weather watch 12. plus -- >> i'm also writing a lot of super simplified meals.
hottest sets on tv. wisn 12 news melinda davenport brings us inside rachael ray's then, a woman tries to prove a kitchen, coming up. point, but it backfires. the money lesson she was hoping to teach her husband, that ended in a million dollar surprise. >> hey, everyone. i'm ben wagner. >> and i'm melinda davenport. it's a halloween party like no other.
announcer: leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news at 5:00, with toya washington, patrick paolantonio and weather watch 12 chief meteorologist mark baden. wisn 12 news at 5:00 continues. patrick: the largest auto recall of all time is expanding again. toya: toyota is recalling another 5.8 million vehicle because of exploding airbags. the u.s. is not included in this latest recall. to date, the total number of recalled vehicles linked to the faulty takata airbags tops 23 million. the airbags are blamed in at least 11 deaths in the u.s. and hundreds of injuries around the world. affected models include the corolla and yaris.
look at what's coming up all new tonight at 6:00. kathy mykleby is in the newsroom with a look ahead. kathy: new tonight at 6:00 it , was an attempt to get out the vote but a selfie at the polls , landed pop superstar justin timberlake in some hot water the message from local voting officials on voting booth selfies and how it could land you a felony. then, they have the meats. the seasonal offering at arby's this fall, but only at select deer-hunting states like wisconsin. that's coming up all new tonight at 6:00. patrick: you've seen her right here on wisn 12 and the food network. she's one of the most popular celebrity chefs in the nation. wisn 12 news' melinda davenport went on assignment in new york city for a backstage pass to the rachael ray show. >> you've seen her on tv, in magazines, and making meals for more than two decades. and now rachael ray has joined
rachael ray show airing at 2:00 in the afternoon. she says her new season is all about the home chef. >> one of the things i'm passionate about for our show and our brand is that the viewers see a lot of themselves. that's the component. i want people to remember in this country that anyone can be , rachael ray. >> backstage, the food prep team is busy, chopping, dicing, and mixing for toda' this test kitchen too. this is the eleventh season of rachael ray and we got the inside scoop of what to expect for this year's food trends. >> i'm also writing a lot of super simplified meals, like five ingredients with a pantry , of olive oil and salt and pepper and these five things you , can make this.
a storm she's got a new , furniture line and a charity that develops healthy relationships for families through food and has no , intention of slowing down. >> i love to pressure myself. when i take a vacation, i rent a place where i can cook, and i cook for an enormous amount of people. i don't do well with time off. i'm terrible at it. terrible at it. >> rachael's no rest is her viewers gain. reporting in new york city, melinda davenport, wisn 12 news. patrick: you can watch rachael ray weekdays at 2:00 right here on wisn 12. , tomorrow, her guest is singer songwriter phil collins. they'll celebrate the 20th anniversary of pop up video. a woman in north carolina wanted to teach her husband a lesson about wasting money. toya: but it backfired in a good way. she asked her husband to buy two powerball tickets last weekend to make a point that the tickets are a waste of money. one of those tickets ended up
the couple took the lump sum, which is about $415,000. they plan to buy a house with with the money and set up college funds for their two granddaughters. they also compromised and plan to buy less lottery tickets in the future. patrick: now there is a new lesson to learn, budgeting and using all that money they won. toya: they should just be done with lottery tickets? patrick: won toya: once, then why not? toya:you are missing did not learn the lesson? . mark: are you still hungry? toya: why are you still talking about it? mark: to get you all riled up. i'm trying to avoid the topic of how of how ugly it was today. it does not get worse than this for this time of year. we got huge amounts of rain,
glendale, almost two inches of rain there. just over an inch and three quarters in franksville, same story racine. milwaukee, one and a half inches of rain, a new record for the day. we destroyed the old record. we have those strong southeasterly winds, so it is fun to watch those ways as you do it from a camera. this is from concordia university. they are crashing along the shoreline in racine as well. 48, wind out of the southeast at 18 miles per hour, then we take you to sheboygan, where we have the vague waves crashing against the south here. the south. as close. stay away from the piers.
day like today. and they get scattered along the road. that is slippery when you are driving along. it is almost like eyes. a attention to that. -- pay attention to that. 40's everywhere, 48 right now in milwaukee. the wind is not as bad as they were earlier in the day, and they will taper off throughout the night, and that is good news, the we have some chilly windchill temperatures. feels like 38 in waukesha, 41 milwaukee. even colder up north, and their actually has been, get this, listen up, snow. snowing right now in northern wisconsin, and especially into the lower peninsula of michigan, where it is adding up right now. they are getting 1-3 inches of
green around here, drizzly nastiness will continue throughout the evening, so we are not done with this yet, but it will get better. as we take you through the night, it does improve. then, as we work our way into friday, a sunnier day. it will improve dramatically in the forecast. we are already jumping ahead into the weekend, trick-or-treat saturday, sunday, monday, warm on saturday and monday. we won't be quite that warm, but we may get close to 70 on halloween. rain does not look like it will happen around here. we do not have to worry about snow around here. the week ahead, cloud stubborn on thursday, 50 degrees. lows tonight right where they are we will not cool off. a warm up on friday, 65. 65 on saturday, cools down temporarily on sunday.
that is pretty nice. then, 60 degrees on tuesday and on wednesday, so again, we have not the prettiest of days today, but the improvements really kick in. patrick: well i get to see the costumes on halloween this year? mark: if you're doing that on monday, sunday, it'll still be a little cool. toya: thank you, mark. joyce: coming up new at 10:00, a local man robbed he's shares his story only with wisn 12. this local man was there. his story tonight at 10:00. toya: from airport to grocery stores, kiosks are everywhere. patrick: the new fleet of agents and the services these machines provide. toya: then, can you master the rubik's cube?
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takes customer service to the next level. toya: airport executives rolled out a new fleet of robots. each robot has 32-inch touch screens that provide travelers with information on everything from locating your terminal, where to get coffee, or even where to find a bathroom. the robots speak six languages. it can also snap a selfie of you and send it right to your smartphone. patrick: if you think solving a rubik's cube with your hands is hard, try doing it with your feet. 12-year-old luke thoresen can do it. he posted a video on you tube, and it's going viral. minutes to solve it with his feet. if you're wondering, it only
johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2: he
wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families. russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. patrick: coming up tonight, an all-new, action-packed episode of "designated survivor." toya: here's a sneak peak. >> we're clear.
walking me through the operation? >> about two miles from the hospital. >> set up a perimeter carry out our also, all before daybreak. >> amateurs talk tactics, sir. professionals talk logistics. toya: you can watch "designated survivor" tonight at 9:00. then stay with us for wisn 12 news at 10:00. patrick: inside watching tv. mark: there is no better place. you don't want to go out if you can stand side. just do it. it is not as bad as it was earlier in the day, but it is drizzly, cold, dreary, and windy , so that is what it will look like if you are headed out. temperatures around 49 degrees. the wind will get less
tonight, breaking news. the scare on the subway. smoke filling the train during rush hour. passengers in
boston prying open the doors to get out. climbing through train windows. already a nation on heightened alert. tonight, the possible culprit. also breaking, powerful earthquakes striking italy the images coming in right now. and reports on the rescues. the flight here in the u.s. the pilot under arrest, accused of being drunk in the cockpit. donald trump tonight, visiting his new hotel. the second hotel in two days. tonight, he's one-on-one with george. plus, trump's surrogate newt gingrich taking aim at megyn kelly. >> you are fascinated with sex. >> tonight, her response. and the new poll. trump now leading clinton in florida? the razor thin margin.